SBRs (Short-Barreled Rifles) offer a lot of practicality in a…

SBRs (Short-Barreled Rifles) offer a lot of practicality in a small package, for a price that is significantly less than the select-fire rifle or sub gun. Manufacturers such as CMMG, LaRue Tactical, LWRC International, Stag Arms, Troy Industries, Wilson Combat and Noveske Rifle Works (above represent a wide range of products and price points to meet the specific needs of the end-user.

larue-stealthThe 12″ LaRue Stealth can serve in both a CQB and precision rifle role. It is shown here equipped with a Magpul PRS stock, Leupold MK 4 scope with LaRue mount, and SureFire’s new Mini suppressor.

The CMMG 7″ upper is among the shortest of the short-barrels, shown here with an Aimpoint Comp M4S, S&W/Troy Back-up Iron Sights and a Magpul Angled Foregrip.

The 8″ LWRC PSD is a piston rifle that is designed for CQB and protective missions. It is equipped with Magpul MOE stock and grip, an Aimpoint T-1 Micro with a LaRue mount and LWRC iron sights shown in the raised position.

The Noveske Rifeworks upper is based on a VLTOR upper receiver and features a 10.5″ polygonal-rifled barrel, Noveske rail, and the Switchblock. It is also shown with the Aimpoint T-1 and SureFire Mini suppressor.

Troy Industries offers the M7 conversion as a kit. Note the Troy vertical grip, pistol grip and sights. The Aimpoint T-1 is mounted on the shorter LaRue mount for an absolute co-index. The complete rifle can be broken down and transported in the factory-provided Hardigg case.

Stag Arms can provide their rifles and uppers in both right- and left-hand versions. The 11.5″ upper features a Samson rail, standard front sight, Arms 71L-R rear sight, and an A2 flash suppressor.

The Wilson Combat upper features a match-grade barrel and their new TRIM rail. It is a slim-line rail that allows the user to mount short Picatinny rail sections in the desired location.

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  • gary bartolini

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    omething different than the same old ” NEW GUN
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